Jabra Elite Sport Wireless Earbuds
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These sell for $149 on Amazon multiple times a year.
Be forewarned - read the reviews. The “top reviews” showing first on Amazon are all bad reviews: https://www.amazon.com/Jabra-Wireless-Waterproof-Fitness-Activity/dp/B072ZH4NTR#customerReviews
(There are other good reviews, as well, of course.)
Try the Anker Zolo Liberty. ("+" if you can swing the extra $)
I’m a fan of Anker products, they are tops with battery packs and cables, but have completely stopped supporting their earbud business. While I haven’t tried the Zolo, I have tried and had multiple returns of the various bluetooth sports earbuds, from their cheapest and the most expensive. Always failed within 3 months. Their warranty is top notch and received free replacements until I finally gave up and just said enough was enough and that their earbuds don’t cut it. I have owned a pair of Jaybird Freedom which I’ve had no issue, so it’s not me, it’s the earbuds. Long story short, my experience says don’t buy Anker earbuds.
I own these. Unfortunately, the earbuds (after 6 months) only hold a charge for about 30 mins at the most.
I own a pair of these, purchased from Best Buy about 6 months ago. I like them so far. I use them for working out, paired to an Apple Watch. Some observations.
- Sound is good, loud and clear (non-audiophile here).
- Fit is quite comfortable, but awkward to figure out. It took me a bit of use to figure out which size inserts I needed to use. Once settled on medium, they are still a little difficult to get into the ear, but once in they fit very nicely and never feel like they might fall out.
- The pass-through sound option (press a button and external sounds are louder) is useful but low quality. It sounds like they added a cheap microphone on the outside to pass through sound to the ear. Fortunately, if I need to hear someone, that’s all that is necessary, so not a complaint.
- It has a heartrate sensor in the earbud. I haven’t tried it for accuracy (I suspect it’s the same as wrist sensors–accurate at times but depends upon the person), but an interesting feature for workouts.
- Never stressed the battery, but it hasn’t run out on me.
Overall, I like them.
Hey there. Buyer is in good mood and leaving early. As soon as that door closed, we lowered the price to $139.99. Don’t squeal on us, ok? It’s our little secret.
Oh, and if you already purchased, that difference will hop back into your pocket soonish.
Does anyone know if these have a push-to-talk button for using with a bluetooth two-way-radio?
Are these refurbished?
No, they are new.